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Inside Japan's Global Dolphin Trade

In Taiji, Japan, the dolphin hunting industry has shifted from killing dolphins for their meat to a more lucrative, but equally controversial industry— "dolphin shows."
Unequal
11:38

Female Genital Mutilation in Singapore

VICE investigates the practice of Female Genital Mutilation in Asia, and how common it is even in progressive countries like Singapore.
What in the World
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Hijab Wearing Cats, Million Dollar Pigeons and Death Cafes | What In The World

The world is taking on some seriously strange obsessions -hijab wearing cats, warm woollens for your privates, death cafes in Thailand or million dollar pigeons.
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13:20

What It’s Like To Be A Professional Dominatrix in Asia

Eva Oh tells VICE more about running a business as a professional dominatrix and what attracted her to it.
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Malaysia is Jailing People for Attempted Suicide

A colonial-era law in Malaysia still punishes some suicide attempts with a prison sentence.
I Was There When...
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Why We Must Never Forget The Bhopal Gas Disaster | I Was There

VICE speaks to veteran photojournalist, Raghu Rai about his coverage of the aftermath of India's worst industrial disaster.
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14:16

India's Forest Tribe Is Silently Being Evicted From Their Home

We meet the 'Van Gujjar' tribe and Forest Rights Activists in Uttarakhand to learn how India’s forest management policies are hurting the community and India's wildlife.
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11:17

Trump's Fans in Hong Kong Worry About Their Future Under Biden

Outgoing US President Donald Trump’s views on China won him fans among HK’s pro-democracy activists. But Biden’s win has left some wondering if they’ve lost an ally.
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17:19

Japan's Country Towns Were Dying, Then COVID Happened.

Rural Japan has been on a long, steady decline for decades, but the pandemic now has some plotting an escape from the cities.
VICE World News APAC
14:59

This Ex-Cop Explains Why People Are Still Dying in Indian Police Custody

Well over 1,700 people have died in police custody in India since 2001. But for the victims and their families, justice still remains out of reach.
VICE World News APAC
22:28

Why We March: Women Of Lahore

99.81% of Pakistan holds at least one sexist bias. VICE looks at the reasons behind the prevalence of such notions and how they are challenged by the women of Pakistan.
VICE World News APAC
10:04

A Militant's Mother Travels 60km To See Her Son's Grave in Kashmir | COVID-19

Militant Funerals In Kashmir During COVID-19 Offer No Closure To Families
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